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Lyons man faces sexual assault charge

December 22, 2011
A 19-year-old Lyons man faces multiple felony charges in two Wisconsin counties for sexually assaulting a child younger than 13. In Walworth County, Brandon J. Collins, 5902 Christine Court, has been charged with first-degree sexual assault and sexual assault of a child under the age of 16. If convicted, he faces up to 100 years imprisonment and $100,000 in fines.
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Former coach faces sexual assault charges

December 22, 2011
DELAVAN — Shane S. McKinley, 27, a former Williams Bay High School girls junior varsity basketball coach, who allegedly had sexual contact with a 16-year-old student, will reappear before a Walworth County judge on Jan. 6. McKinley was arrested Dec. 21 by Delavan police for sexual assault of a child and engaging in repeated acts of sexual assault of the same child, said Walworth County District Attorney Phil Koss. Koss said his office will have a written complaint ready for the Jan. 6 hearing. At a Dec. 22 hearing, Koss said the victim, a 16-year-old member of the junior varsity team, told authorities that she and McKinley had sexual contact about 20 times over the past year.
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Drug unit arrest pair for selling heroin

December 22, 2011
WALWORTH — Two Walworth residents who were allegedly dealing heroin were arrested after a four-month investigation by the Walworth County Sheriff's Office. Alan D. Messier, 27, and Bethany A. Adler, 22, were arrested during a Dec. 22 traffic stop in the town of Walworth. The arrests stem from law enforcement spending numerous hours of surveillance on the pair and using a confidential informant to purchase heroin from them, according to a Dec. 23 press release from the Walworth County Drug Enforcement Unit.
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